Cafe Habana, launched in 1998, is a Cuban-Mexican neighborhood cafe & bar in New York. This place originated from the dream of a fifth-generation New Yorker who wanted to create a place he’d always longed to hang out at when he was a kid. Good times around good food, bringing people from all walks of life together around hearty plates in unpretentious surroundings, with a great vibe.
Café Habana’s known for its jumping scene, fashion-forward crowd & the addictive grilled corn that many New Yorkers & Global tourists queue up for down the block to get their seat at this NoLita hangout. There are colorful paintings, green painted leaves at the tops of the ceiling, and music to give a cultural vibe and unique dining experience.The restaurant has its branches in Malibu, Miami, and Tokyo Japan as well.